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Raley back after being out for more than a year

Mario Raley

ATHENS – A few seasons ago Georgia seemed full of talent at wide receiver. Now, on the other hand, the jury is still out on how this season's receivers will react to the void left by last year's top receivers.

One players trying to fill the void is Mario Raley. In 2002, when Raley was a freshman on the team, he appeared to be a promising receiver that could fill in when Fred Gibson, Reggie Brown and Michael Johnson needed a break. After a few seasons, however, Raley enters 2005 with little significant playing time even though, along with teammate Bryan McClendon, have been at Georgia the longest of any...

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